Breakout Sessions 2019

2019 Breakout Presentations in Alphabetical Order by Primary Author

with Confirmed Registration

Please see the Conference Schedule for:

LOCATION OF PRESENTATION
DATE OF PRESENTATION
TIME OF PRESENTATION

You Can Do This! Challenges in Teaching Policy Analysis to DNP Students

CE Value 1.0

Victoria L. Baker, PhD, CNM


Collaborative Care: Normalizing Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice for Policy Change

CE Value 1.0

Rebecca A. Bates, DNP, APRN


An Influential Journey of the DNP Prepared CNS to Integrate EBP into Policy Standards Impacting Clinical Practice and Healthcare Outcomes

CE Value 1.0

Bevra S. Brinkman, DNP, APRN
Sherri Harkless, MSN, APRN


One Academic's Center Battle Against the Opioid Crisis

CE Value 1.0

Kellie Bryant, DNP, WHNP


Nursing Partnership with Patients Parents and Families for Safety Through Simulation

CE Value 1.0

Courtnay Caufield, DNP, RN


Leading From Within: DNP Use of Strategic Planning Can Create Policy Influencing Outcomes - A Case Analysis

CE Value 1.0

Barbara J. Dupont, JD, DNP, RN


Narrowing the Research-Practice Gap: DNP-Prepared Faculty Leading RN-to-BSN Students to Engage in Evidence-Based Practice

CE Value 1.0

Christine R. Espina, DNP, RN
William Lonneman, DNP, RN
Sarah Bear, EdD, RN



DNP Programs National Survey: Current Practices Regarding Faculty Project Team Structure, Group Projects and DNP Scholarly Project Final Products

CE Value 1.0

Jeannie Garber, DNP, RN
Cindy Zellefrow DNP, RN
Sharon Guthrie, PhD, RN
Linda Rousell, PhD, RN



Embedding Interprofessional Education Through Policy: It's Easier Than You Think

CE Value 1.0

Margaret Hammersla, PhD, CRNP



Influencing at a National Level as Leaders in a Non-Traditional Setting

CE Value 1.0

Beverly Hancock, DNP, RN
Robyn Begley, DNP, RN



How to Engage DNP Students in Health Policy

CE Value 1.0

Deborah L. Hopla, DNP, APRN
Stephanie Burgess, PhD, APRN



The DNP Prepared Nurse Practitioner Improving Patient Outcomes Through Executive Leadership and Quality Improvement in Federally Qualified Health Centers

CE Value 1.0

Theresa Jennings, DNP, ARNP
Emily Sinnwell, DNP, ARNP



Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Strong Start for Mothers and Babies: The Call To Action, Policy, Power and Politics

CE Value 1.0

Diana R. Jolles, PhD, CNM



Current Best Evidence about Nurse Practitioner Residency/Fellowship Programs

CE Value 1.0

Karen Kesten, DNP, APRN
Majeda El-Banna, PhD, RN



Changing Policy to Teach and Model Patient-and Family-Centered Care: The DNP Leader and Patient Family Advisor Role in Interprofessional Education

CE Value 1.0

Mary Lynne Knighten, DNP, RN
Derek S. Drake, DNP, RN



Military, Veteran and Family Care: Convergence of Policy, Preparation and Practice

CE Value 1.0

Catherine G. Ling, PhD, FNP
Rita D’Aoust, PhD, ACNP
Alicia G. Rossiter, DNP, FNP


USP- 800 Oncology Policy - Usage of Personal Protective Equipment Among Oncology Nurses

CE Value 1.0

Denise Menonna Quinn, DNP, RN


Facilitating DNP Student Engagement in Health Policy: Informing and Advocating Through a Policy Brief

CE Value 1.0

Karen Mihelich, DNP, APRN
Louis M. Davis, APRN
Noel Koller-Ditto, APRN
Taylor Brazelton, APRN


The DNP-Prepared Nurse and Health Policy: A Formula for Change

CE Value 1.0

Kathy Moran, DNP, RN
Rosanne Burson, DNP, APRN
Lisa M. Zajac, DNP, RN
Grace Jacek, DNP, RN


Innovative Global Initiatives in DNP Education: Implications for Practice and Policy

CE Value 1.0

Rhonda Oldham, DNP, RN
Martha Hawkins, DNP, APRN
Rebecca Hoffpauir, Ph.D, RN


Catch Them Early and Don't Let Them Linger: Changing the Trajectory of Depression, Anxiety, and Substance Use through Collaborative Care

CE Value 1.0

Lora Peppard, PhD, DNP
Rebecca Bates, DNP, FNP

A Case Study of a System and Policy Change at the Intersection of Health and Housing

CE Value 1.0

Courtney Pladsen, DNP, FNP


Outside the Classroom and into the Capital: Strengthening the DNP’s Role as a Policy Advocate

CE Value 1.0

Audra N. Rankin, DNP, APRN

DNP Providers as Policy Advocates: Changing the Nursing Role in Advancing the Healthcare Agenda

CE Value 1.0

Carolyn M. Rutledge, PhD, FNP
Tina Gustin, DNP, CNS, RN

A Policy Process Framework and Policy Mentors: Two Strategies for Developing Effective DNP-Prepared Leaders

CE Value 1.0

Teresa Serratt, PhD, RN
Pamela M. Gehrke, EdD, RN
Sara M. Ahten, DNP, RN

All Aboard: Building a Clinical Practice and Policy Governance Structure For A Multi-Hospital Healthcare System

CE Value 1.0

Carmen Shaw, DNP, RN


The Call to Action: Why Policy, Regulations, and DNP Leaders are Requisites to Influencing the E-cigarette Epidemic

CE Value 1.0

Susan Solecki, DrPH, FNP, PPCNP
Brenda L. Douglass, DNP, APRN, FNP


Impact of DNP Academic-Service Partnerships: Improving Job Enjoyment of Operating Room Nurses: An Academic and Clinical Collaboration

CE Value 1.0

Cynthia D. Sweeney, DNP, RN
Rita F. D’Aoust, PhD, ACNP
Cathaleen Ley, PhD, RN


The Role of a DNP Prepared Nurse in Influencing Legislation in Georgia: Compassionate Care for Victims of Sexual Assault

CE Value 1.0

Charlotte Swint, DNP, APRN


The Expert Role of the DNP Prepared Nurse Impacts the Healthcare System From Bench to Bedside, Classroom to Boardroom

CE Value 1.0

Monica L. Tenhunen, DNP, RN
Sarah Ann Keil Heinonen, DNP, APRN
Barbara L. Buchko, DNP, RN
Jeanine M Frumenti, DNP, RN

Techniques to Reduce Violence Against Registered Nurses in the Emergency Department

CE Value 1.0

Michael A. Zielinski II, DNP, APN